Conditional utility and its place in decision theory

Journal of Philosophy 77 (11):702-715 (1980)
Causal decision theory attends to probabilities used to obtain an option's expected utility but for completeness should also attend to utilities of possible outcomes. A suitable formula for an option's expected utility uses a certain type of conditional utility.
Keywords expected utility  causal decision theory  conditional utility
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Jordan Howard Sobel (1986). Notes on Decision Theory: Old Wine in New Bottles. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 64 (4):407 – 437.

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